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the person that came out of the camaro screamed loud, i killed her. i killed her. >> reporter: a woman killed in a high-speed crash in richmond late last night. why witnesses in this area believe this was the result of a street race. a casino controversy. a legal fight could threaten a future of a popular bay area casino that opened just two years ago.
>> reporter: and is the city of palo alto secretly taping pedestrians or people who live here or are the mysterious cameras being used for something sneles we'll tell -- something else? we'll tell you the reason the city gave, as "mornings on 2" starts now. we're live in richmond, where a woman lost her life late last night in a high-speed crash. neighbors are saying this stretch of richmond parkway is a known hot spot for street racing. alex savidge has been on the scene since 4:30 and has talked with people who witnessed the crash -- coming up in two minutes, he will tell us about the dramatic moments following the violent impact. good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather and traffic. steve, just plain hot today. >> pretty much, yes. a couple of hints, though, coming in. a little northwest in the presidio. daly city a little tiny sea
breeze. i don't think it will have much of an impact for most. there's already warm temperatures in san francisco. it will be warm to hot. i think these are the records that have no problem being set today. san francisco, the record is 82. we're going 92. oakland airport, 92. the record is 86. mountain view, 92, and santa cruz going 97. the record is 92, 1978. there will be others that will be close. napa yesterday 94. 97 today. would be a record. fremont 92 yesterday. we're going 94. concord, 93. wasn't that bad. but 97 today. palo alto, 95. we'll go 96 today. heat advisory continues for one more day. by tomorrow, the west wind will kick in. high pressure too strong. 50s, 60s on the temperatures. santa rosa is 51. but 67 already at sfo. san jose, 63. san jose last hour was 58. we're already beginning to warm up. it's a dome, a mountain of high pressure. but that system will drop
temperatures 30 degrees by the time we get to friday and saturday. the heat peeks out today. temperatures will be very, very warm. only on the immediate coast will we have temperatures that come down a little bit. it will be hot today. record highs. near 100 for a few. if we had a strong offshore breeze, we would be shattering records. here's sal. >> let's start at the bay bridge toll plaza. it's been a 30-minute drive time. it's still saying pretty much the same, 30-minute drive time getting into san francisco. so just make sure that you know the traffic is going to be pretty busy as you drive into the city with no major issues except the slow traffic. for example, we haven't had any
major accidents or stalled vehicles in the area. let's look at the commute on interstate 880. this traffic here is not all that bad. as a matter of fact, traffic northbound 880 moving along very nicely as you drive through the area. there are no major problems as you drive up to downtown oakland. five-minute drive time from the downtown oakland exit up to the -- or down to the airport. northbound 87 near the ail ma dond -- almaden expressway, there was a crash there. there was also a crash at tully. kirker pass road closed between pittsburg and concord. they are repairing a power line damaged in a fire last night. we have a lot of e-mails. so highway 4 is extra slow. people heard about this and coming over to concord on highway 4 is going to take you a while. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. new this morning -- neighbors are describing a
chaotic scene after a terrifying high speed crash in richmond. one woman died in an accident on the richmond parkway that triggered a power outage in the area. alex savidge has been at the crash seen since 4:30. he -- seen since 4:30 he -- scene since 4:30 he has new information. >> reporter: good morning. one neighbor is certain it was a street race that led up to the crash. he's calling on police to step up patrols along richmond parkway where he says the dangerous races are far too common. last night, it was a young woman driving in a car killed when she slammed into a power pole. this crash knocked out power to hundreds of people in the area. it was at about 9:30 last night on girard boulevard, also known as richmond parkway, south of barrett avenue. the woman who was behind the wheel of a ford mustang died here at the scene. richmond police have not said if they believe any other cars were involved here.
but a witness who didn't want to be identified said he saw several other cars stopped in the middle of the road following the impact. there was one man who was simply frantic. >> guy was screaming help! help! baby, i'm sorry. i'm sorry. i didn't mean to. we ran to the car to try to help. couldn't do nothing. it was so crumpled up. but you could hear the girl screaming saying help me! help me! >> reporter: neighbors say they wanted to help the young victim inside the young car but they couldn't pry the door open. on top of that, the car appeared to be on fire. so the people backed away at that point. while witnesses said they saw several cars drive off before officers arrived here, police have not said if they believe racing was involved. i reached out to investigators and we're still waiting to hear back. the accident led to the widespread power outage. more than 700 homes were in the
dark for most of the night. power has since been restored by pg&e. live in richmond, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. 7:06. with this week's heat wave, firefighters are on high alert. crews in richmond were called to a small grass fire early this morning. it began shortly after 2:30 a.m. along 80 near cutting boulevard. several engines responded. firefighters say it began at a homeless camp in a field less than an acre burned. right now, it's not clear if anyone was hurt. firefighters are urmging everyone to -- urging everyone to use caution, especially during the heat wave with dry brush providing fuel for flames. the homeless man accused of starting the fire that destroyed a former san jose studio is due back in court this morning. he faces felony arson and burglary charges for last month's fire at the former knt building on park road. prosecutors say witnesses started him spot the fire by
pouring liquid on a mattress. dozens of homeless people who were living in the abandoned building managed to escape. 7:07. as you heard sal say, kirker pass road in contra costa county has been shut down again following a crash and fire. traffic was really backed up for miles yesterday after a car knocked down a power pole on kirker pass road near the concord/pittsburg border. this happened about 5:30 yesterday afternoon. the crews shut down the road overnight to fix the pole and also to pick up the downed power lines. they had to do more repark work a short time ago which forced the road to be closed. stay tuned. sal will tell you what's happening on kirker pass road right now coming up. city leaders in palo alto say it was all just a misunderstanding. a set of mysterious cameras were installed and for a while nobody knew what they were
really used for. brian flores is in palo alto now and, brian, you have an explanation. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dave. yeah, even city leaders coming out saying they did not properly inform residents about why the cameras were popping up. as you take a look, this is one of them, off stanford evening. this morning, the mystery has been solved. the cameras are being used to gather bicycle and pedestrian rider. city leaders say the cameras are more accurate than some of the rubber tube cameras on the street. this is part of the bicycle boulevard program which will improve street conditions. it's a $25 million project. the problem here was the cameras were installed without any previous washing or explanation -- warning or explanation to residents. that didn't sit well with a homeowner who said a camera was installed in front of the home. he complained to the city. and the city during a public
hearing recognized that it needed to do a better job. >> i do think it's unfortunate, though, that we did not get this news out in advance and i think we had a few surprising situations with folks, sort of surprised by these cameras being put up. we'll probably do more extensive outreach. >> reporter: the city also tells the mercury news that at least 25 cameras are installed throughout the city but they say they don't know exactly where they r the reason, it hired -- the reason, it hired third-party consultants to pick the locations and install the cameras and the city leaders say they don't know where they are until they are installed. back out here live, the raw video is never kept and they will only get the count until the cameras are done being used. mum, we'll tell you when -- coming up, we'll tell you when that is and why one homeowner
says it's not soon enough. brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, brian. 7:10. tonight, the mt. diablo unified school district could adopt a controversial policy on how to handle students with head lice. right now, the policy is to send infected students home. but this evening the school board will consider changing the policy to comply with state guidelines which state that a student should stay in school and not be isolated or subjected to restrictions. that's because the cdc says students who are sent home with head lice may be bullied and their academic performance may suffer. coming up at 7:45, pam cook will have more on this controversial policy shift and tell us about a new trend that some say is contributing to an increase of head lice cases. teachers in trouble from theft, drunk driving, even physical abuse. >> she came home with scratches from the forehead down her neck, bruises, the whole nine
yards. there was always an explanation. >> this parent says her daughter's teacher was just moved from one school to another. so ktvu's eric rasmussen spent two months digging through records of discipline handed down by the state. what he found and who is really teaching your kids. 2 investigates -- tonight on the 10:00 news. >> interesting. >> yes. millions of dollars in hidden profits. coming up at 7:30, the allegations against a san jose casino less than two years after it opened. and justin bieber, accused of attempted robbery. what the victim claims he tried to steal from her and what police are doing about it. highway 4, not looking good. one of the reasons is one of the major side routes has been taken away and a lot of people are on highway 4 trying to get into concord. big problem for this reason. we'll tell you more on how you can expect to wait. temperatures will have no
7:15. expect more flight disruptions today at chicago's two major airports. smoke from an electrical problem was detected yesterday at an illinois air traffic control facility. that forced a shutdown of all flights in and out of o'hare and midway for three hours, canceling over 1100 flights. this morning, about 100 flights to and from o'hare were scrapped. two dozen more were delayed. this is according to flightaware.com. a minor amount were canceled for midway. the district will buy 25
new buses that will include electrical outlets to recharge laptops and cell phones. the new buses will be able to carry four bicycles, twice as many as buses can carry now. the buses still need to be built and won't arrive until early next year. 7:15. happening now -- really dry conditions and santa ana winds fueling two wildfires in southern california. now, an evacuation order continues for 100 homes and businesses near the city of lompoc in santa barbara county. that wind-driven fire has grown to 700 acres. strike chain chain and helicopters were called. much of southern california is under red flag warnings and heat advisories. now, a little further south in the san diego area, evacuation orders have been lifted now for more than 20,000 homes. now, that fire has burned more
than 800 acres. it's only 5% contained. the flames came within yards of homes about 20 miles north of san diego. everyone was allowed to go back to their homes by 9:00 last night. it is 7:16. and happening today -- president obama is traveling to new york where he will try to pressure congress to back his plan to keep the country's roads and bridges from falling apart. the president will make his remarks at a bridge outside new york city that needs to be replaced. the highway trust fund which provides federal funding for transportation projects could run out of money by august. it is funded primarily through federal gasoline taxes. but the taxes is not kept pace with the country's transportation needs. the president is proposing to add money to the fund using revenue from corporate tax reform. the pentagon has given approval to transfer the soldier once known as bradley manning to a civilian prison for hormone therapy treatment. manning was convicted in august
of leaking classified documents to wikileaks. after the conviction, manning announced the desire to live as a woman and to be called chelsey. that name change became official last month. manning has asked for hormone therapy. that's not possible in a military prison but could be done in a civilian prison. justin bieber is being accused of an attempted robbery. now, police say this stems from an incident that alleged occurred on monday in the los angeles area. and while the department is still being tight-lipped about all of this, tmz claimed it talked to the alleged victim. she says justin bieber and his friends got into a scuffle at a batting cage in the l.a. area. when bieber saw her reach for her cell phone, she claims he demanded he hand it over. when she refused, he allegedly reached into her purse and tried to grab her cell phone. so far, no arrests have been
made. 7:18. want to check in with sal and see what's happening on the roads. still problems in the east bay. >> we have problems in the east bay. i'm looking to see if anything has changed. nothing has. this is a look -- we're -- we had problems in the south bay. northbound 87 is a mess because of an earlier crash. 85, 101, and so we have a lot of slow traffic there. the east bay as you mentioned we've been talking about it, kirker pass road is closed because of last night's fire, it damaged a power pole and -- well, a lot of people are on highway 4. a lot more people than normal because they can't use kirker pass road. i know steve knows about this. it's really popular. let's take a look at highway 4 and show you how slow it is coming through. you can see the traffic is not just slow in this spot. but it's going to be slow all the way over to highway 242. so please give yourself extra time. we'll be watching it for you until it reopens. if it does during the morning
show. bay bridge toll plaza now is backed up for a 30-minute drive time to san francisco. let's go to steve. funny you mud mention that -- you should mention that. i was out there yesterday. >> you know how busy the road is. >> i do know. we have a lot of clear skies. it's going to be a record- setting day. excessive heat. a couple of reports coming in of a slight west wind, i don't think it will do much. twitter information from don, he says picture from forest hill. when you can see the ocean from forest hill, you know it will be warm. that's exactly correct. there are hints west-northwest in the marina. we'll see. it won't stop much today. most of the bay area will be really hot. 80s, 90s to 100. there will be a little bit of a sea breeze tomorrow. daly city a little sea breeze. napa will probably set a
record. the record is 96. we're going 97. kentfield, 95. we're going 9 -- we're going 95. the record is 94. gilroy, 103. the record is 103. it was 102 there yesterday. san rafael will be in there, 895. 94 is the -- 95. 94 is the record. sfo i don't think will have a problem. 92. 50s and 60s. 6 already at sfo -- 67 at sfo. 65 officially in san francisco. craig said from russian hill, already 64. it's pretty warm in the city. i did see 70 in west portal. who else? lower haight already 70 degrees. 34 up in tahoe. it will be hot today. record highs near 100 for a few. this will be the hottest day, maybe the hottest day for the rest of the month. extended outlook is on the cool side. take -- wherever you go it will be warm to hot. there might be a late sea breeze but not before
temperatures warm up in the 80s, 90s. everyone is close. there's the 103 in gilroy. i went 100 in milpitas. east san jose, it will be warmer. 70s, 8 -- 80s, 90s. i think the fog will work its way back tomorrow. much cooler friday. 25, 30-degree drop by the weekend. >> thank you, steve. 7:22. there's apparently a lot of confusion in california about when people can cross the streets and when they can step into the crosswalk. state law says if the countdown clock has started or if you see a flashing red light, flashing red hand. pedestrians must stay on the sidewalk and not start crossing the street. but even people who should know that don't or at least didn't. the smokesman for muni told the chronicle, the countdown is a tool for pedestrians to judge if they can make it across the street if the light turns red. the police snow fid the
chronicle that's not true and the muni spokesman apologized for misenveloping the public -- misinforming the public. even if it it says 20 seconds, you are supposed to wait until you get the green to go across. google glass, it's back. the new chance to get your hands on the hottest gadget in the tech wold and how much it will -- world and how much it will cost you. new stadium, new ticket prices, a new system that could have 49er fans paying up to $90 more for certain games.
culliver two months ago after he reportedly struck a bicyclist on tully road and fled the scene. investigators say he also rammed a witness's vehicle and made several violent threats while holds brass knuckles. some 49er fans are accusing the team of a money grab. the 49ers are introducing variable pricing for single game tickets at the new 49ers stadium in santa clara. it means that instead of setting one ticket price for all ten preseason and regular season games, tickets for a particular seat will differ in price. it all depends on the popularity of the game. some ticket prices could be 20 to $90 higher. >> they are not the only team in the nfl doing it. i would say half of the teams in the nfl will have some form of variable pricing. >> some fans say they this pricing is not -- is not fair. but 96% of the stadium seats
are held by season ticketholders. the team says this prices will only affect 500 to 1,000 tickets each home game. the bay bridge troll has found a new home on the eastern span after eight months of seclusion. the troll was taken away to an untis closed location after -- undisclosed. a spokesman says the troll is visible from the water and somewhat visible from the bike path. the new troll replaces one installed on the old span in the wake of the 1989 loma prieta earthquake. traditionally trolls are supposed to protect bridges. 7:27. a health warning for everyone traveling through sfo. the virus from the middle east that's now surfacing in the u.s. the announcement this morning made by the world health organization. >> reporter: we're live in san jose, where heavy accusations
are being thrown at a local casino. tens of millions of dollars in profits may have been hidden. we'll tell you what state and local authorities are doing about it. good morning. more people are on highway 4 and more people are on the frontage roads trying to get over the hill to concord out of the pittsburg area. we'll tell you why one key road being down is putting pressure on others. already a lot of sunshine. temperatures won't take long to warm up. some upper 60s even in the city right now. record highs. we'll show you some of them -- coming up.
we're live in san jose this morning at the popular casino m8trix. ktvu confirmed a legal fight could threaten its future. coming up in two minutes, ktvu's janine de la vega will tell us about the accusations of millions in profits secretly hidden. good morning. welcome, once again, to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather and traffic. steve, people are already telling you it's already hot. there's some. i'm looking at observations, yes, part of the city are in 70. west portal, lower haight another. upper 60s for many. maybe a hint of a breeze for a few. but really it's just high pressure will just kind of give
us the one-two punch here. 80s, 90s. there will be a couple of 100s today. san francisco will set a record at 92. oakland airport, 92. mountain view at 94. santa cruz, 97 would also be a record. there may be 15, 20 records today after everything is said and done. napa was 94 yesterday. 97 today. that would be a from record. concord was only 93. today we're going 97. palo alto was hot yesterday. 95. we'll go 96. already 66 in antioch. i'm sure brentwood oakley are in there as well. 50s for others. 67 already at sfo. sfo needs to get to 87 or break a record. this system will eventually cool us off. it's just too hot. well, hang in there, friday/saturday. we'll see a good 15, 20-degree drop. record highs near 100 for a few. 80s, 90s. there might be a late breeze
for a few. overall, a lot of 90s today and record highs. here's sal. steve, we have a lot going on when it comes to the east bay slow traffic. it's not quite as bad as monday, which so far has been the worse day. slow traffic 80 westbound between the carquinez bridge and the macarthur maze. about a 40-minute drive time which is roughly double what we normally have between the two shots. the average speed is 30 miles an hour. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, we have a 35, 40- minute delay. a lot of that traffic son the ramp come -- is on the ramp coming in getting out to the toll plaza. san jose and the south bay has been pretty slow. 85 off to a bad start early. so is 280 and 101. not a lot of major crashes. we had a crash nond 87 at the almaden expressway. a lot of people are on highway 4 trying to get to concord. this is closed because of last night a fire damaged a power pole and crews are out there trying to right the pole and make sure that everything is safe for you to drive on.
breaking news out of san francisco where law enforcement agents are conducting a raid in the dog patch neighborhood. this is a few miles south of at&t park. according to a viewer, several streets are blocked off right now near tennessee street and 23rd street. we just got off the phone with a spokesman with the san francisco police department. he told us that a search warrant is being served but he did not have details of what the investigation is about. ktvu's tara moriarty is on her way to the scene and will bring us a live report as soon as she arrives. a san jose casino is in serious trouble of the state attorney general files a complaint accusing casino operators of doing birthy business. ktvu's janine de la vega, joining us live now at casino m8trix with the information you just found out in the past 30 minutes.
good morning, janine. >> reporter: i did speak with a city councilman about this complaint. he told me that the state attorney's office has has completed the investigation. in the accusation, it basically says that the operators of casino m8trix are lying about their profits to avoid paying state and federal taxes. the complaint accuses of casino m8trix of hiding tens of millions of dollars in from profits from authorities. instead it is funneling the money to outside entities. investigators say it's a ploy to avoid daying the taxes along with -- paying those taxes along with profits to a nonprofit agency. san jose city councilman sam la carter, running for mayor, will be asking the rules committee to take action against the casino. >> we demand more. we deserve more from casino m8trix. and we should suspend their gaming license until we get a
full accounting. >> reporter: he says he has seen the complaint and says it cites three different incidents involving $50 million that was given outside of the casino, including the family that owns the casino. the gaming commission is reviewing the accusation and will decide whether to revoke the license and impose fines. we're still waiting to hear a response from casino m8trix. the spokesperson told me earlier this morning that he is trying to get ahold of the attorney that they deal with and, again, we're still waiting to hear what their response is. reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. 7:36. a santa rosa man was killed when he was hit by a truck that police say was driven by a man who was drunk. it happened about 4:00 yesterday afternoon on occidental road near stoney point road. police say the victim, a man in his 70s, was hit by the truck as he was about to get into his parked car.
police say the driver failed a sobriety test at the scene and was later arrested. 7:36. paramedics and hospitals are preparing for more heat-related calls today which is expected to be the hottest day so far this year. santa clara paramedics say they are responding to a steady stream of calls from people suffering from the heat. they say everyone needs to take the necessary precautions to stay cool. >> we do get busy. it's not only people in their homes getting hot. it's people out working on construction sites. people in traffic, with the windows down they just become hot. >> paramedics say it's important to stay hydrated and out of the sun if possible. you should call for help if you start to feel dizzy, weak or nauseated. about 200 people in livermore are still without power this morning after a massive outage that affected thousands of customers. pg&e says that outage was caused by equipment failure but
they are assuring the power brid should hold up. in exchange for a discount, they are asking some business customers to cut usage between 2:00 and 6:00 p.m. pg&e says residential bills can tut their bills by setting the thermostat on their board 5 to 10 degrees. state lawmakers take another stab to ban plastic bags all over california. the state senate already approved a ban. now a state senate assembly will debate it. the stores would be required to charge 10 cents for the bags. dozens of california cities and counties already have their own plastic bag bans in place. well, people traveling through san jose's airport, you
are bebeing -- you are being warned about the mers virus. federal health officials are posting signs at sfo and at 21 other major airports nationwide. the signs advise people about the symptoms and the ways to protect yourself against mers. otherwise known as the middle- east respiratory syndrome. this comes after a second confirmed case of mers here in the u.s. in the meantime, two healthcare workers in florida who were exposed to a patient with mers, they are also showing signs of the illness. >> airports are a place where people can get this. >> while the mers virus is spread person to person, it's believed it only happens after close contact. there's novac seege for mers -- no vaccine for mers. it has been found in cam else. doctors are -- camels. doctors are puzzled how it spread to humans.
the two from florida are showing flu-like symptomsle and are in -- symptoms and are in isolation. despite the wide-scale concern, just a short time ago today, the world health organization announced it will not declare mers a global health emergency. w.h.o. says there's not enough solid evidence yet to warrant the distinction. happening today -- the grand reopening of one of san francisco's most recognizable landmarks. coit tower is opening after a six-month renovation project. ahead of the public unveiling, ktvu received an exclusive tour during the morning news. the primary focus of the renovations, preparing the chips and scratches to the 80- year-old fresco murals. >> i think the public will be thrilled today when they get to come back in and see how these world-refound assets here in san francisco -- refound assets
have -- refound assets have been -- renouned assets have been restored. all right. we have a crew that's just arrived in san francisco where we have breaking news about a police raid in the dog patch neighborhood. do we have tara right now on the scene? yes. tara, what can you tell us about this breaking news? >> reporter: yes. we are here, actually, we just arrived -- well, we just arrived here at 23rd street and tennessee. this is sort of an industrial area in san francisco right next to the freeway. if you take a look behind me, this is -- we've received confirmation this is a hell's angel compound. there is a s.w.a.t. team out front. a search warrant is being performed. we received information from
police saying this is a gang task force operation, basically. we don't know exactly what they are looking for no, if it's guns, drugs, money. we're in the sure. we're not being -- being told. crews arrived here around 5:00 this morning. they've been here for quite some time going through the premmy tis looking for -- premmy tis looking -- premises looking for whatever it is they are looking for. we'll stay here and try to get you the latest. tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. 7:42. a woman killed after slamming into a power pole at a high rate of speed. >> a guy was screaming, help, help, babe. i'm sorry. i didn't mean to. >> coming up what witnesses say about the possible involvement of other people. next, the controversial new school policy and how to deal with students and headlights
>> first, the new policy, tonight, the mt. diablo unified school district may approve a controversial new policy on dealing with students who have head lice. now, right now most policies is to send a child home from school with information about recommended treatment procedures because the bugs can spread to other children. however, the mt. diablo school board says since head lice does not pose a health risk, is not a sign of uncleanliness and is not responsible for the spread of any disease, kids should stay in school. health professionals agree. they say kids should not be isolated in that manner because it could also lead to bullying and have a negative impact on their academic performance. now, medical experts also say social media playing a big role in the spread of head lice. you know those selfies everyone loves to take, especially kids. when you sake a selfie, your heads are gross together in the group ones. lice, they crawl from head to head. you can get lice by sharing
combs, brushes, hats, helmets and head bands. there are treatment shots. if you have been there with the kids, they are not cheap. about 100 per kid. you have to wash every sheet, towel, pillowcase in your house. lice is very expensive. but the decision by the mt. diablo school board tonight. >> all right, pam. sal's scratching his head trying to figure out why the commute has been so fad. >> let's not make this a first. let's change the subject. my goodness. it's terrible out there. this is highway 4 westbound as you come up to the willow pass grade. the traffic is slow. kirker pass road remains shut down as they repair a power pole damaged in a grass fire and i'm just about to call the chp. he's checking on it for me, my man at the tmc as to when they will reopen.
they did say 8:00 but sometimes it's longer than expected. westbound at the toll plaza, the traffic is backed up for a 35-minute drive time between the end of the line and the san francisco exit. that's becoming the new normal. san jose and the santa clara valley, northbound 101, very slow all the way back from yerba buena to palo alto. 85 is slow. 87, 280. even though we haven't had any major crashes, this thing is lit up bike a capacity tree. if you drive in san jose, expect slow traffic. let's go to steve. sal, my spweather twitter notifications are not loading. >> no? >> everything else is. we need to wake up a twitter ip person. >> okay. >> spweather is not hit. it is not loading. so many people must be trying to reach me. beautiful shot out there. it will be shot today. people are probably already telling me it's already 70 degrees. i know it.
there are a lot of temperatures warming up. the fog will come back. it will be windy. we'll see a good 30-degree drop on some of these temperatures. today, though, high pressure is there and it's large and in charge. fg is going up and -- fg is going up and -- everything is going up and over. i've had a hint of a west pind. i doubt it does anything today. some of the records to beat, napa. we're going 97. the record is 96. kentfield, forecast is 95. the record is 94, 1987. oakland downtown, that would beat the 89 in 2006. gilroy a103 would tie the 103 in 1976. there will be many today, including san rafael. livermore, 98. that would tie 98 going back to 1972. sfo, 92. i think they are already 67.
no problem beating that 87 in 2006. east san jose probably about 1001 -- 101. heat advisory out for a few. heat advisory for one more day. antioch is already 68. becky gonzalez out in oakley said 67. i think heidi said 67 out towards antioch. it's close. it's already 68 in san francisco. i've seen lower 70s in lower haight and mission. it will be warm. high pressure is here. it's just not going to budge. but there is a component of it, enough to give us very warm to hot temperatures. 90s to 100s for many. only a few select areas will not be in the 90s. that might be right by the immediate coast. 90s for many. very close. i mean, this is one of those days where it doesn't -- you have to go far to find temperatures that will be close. i did go east san jose, milpitas, gilroy, 103. san jose is 96, 97.
96 palo alto. 79 half moon bay. they were only 74 yesterday. warm to hot on thursday. fog returns on friday. boy, does it ever. temperatures taking a drop. a good, 30, 35 degrees for some inland. >> steve, i just ducked outside the door. it feels beautiful. google offering the test version of google glass to anybody in the united states who wants to spend $1500. now, google has not released sales figure from last month when it made the same offer for a single day. the consumer version of google glass, that's expected to go on sale later this year. cameras on glasses. mysterious cameras popping up. several rattic snakes in the -- rattlesnakes in the backyard. >> tori, don't look. the slithering surprise you don't want. why there is a growing threat
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we found out violent protests are happening in turkey where hundreds of coal miners were killed early this morning. reportedly people are angry at turkey's prime minister. at least 238 miners died when a transformer in an underground coal mine blew up. 120 miners are still trapped. about 92 have been rescued. that mine is about two-thirds of a mile underground. we're getting reports that rescuers are not able to reach the miners still trapped because there's a big fire still burning. we'll keep you posted. malaysia's prime minister is calling for changes in the airline industry to prevent future disappearances like what happened with malaysia flight 370.
the prime minister wrote an opinion piece in the wall street journal offering several proposals, including realtime tracking of planes and improving of communications systems. he says countries have to work at this harder. oscar pistorius trial is on hold because of a major new development hours ago. the jumg in south africa ordered the -- judge in south africa ordered him to undergo several psychiatric tests. this came after a psychiatrist said that he's suffered from anxiety since he was a baby. oscar pistorius is accused of killing his give last year in which he claims was a tragic mistake. prosecutors claim he intentionally killed her. cell phone providers will
begin to offer customers the ability to checks 911. >> kale is still not ready. >> we'll get text 911. there's a lot of moving parts to make this a reality. it could take at least a year before 911 texting comes to california. 7:56. you know, tori doesn't like snakes. but with the heat, part of the bay area are seeing a surge in snakes. there are more rattlesnakes than usual this year. pet owners in particular, you are being warned watch out for poisonous rattlesnakes. now, ktvu's cameras went to belmont. a neighborhood that borders open space where the heat is
attracting those snakes out into the open in the morning and in the evening. >> we get about three, four rattlesnakes. one time in our garage. >> they are not the most benign rattlesnake. if you get bit, it's a serious medical issue. >> but the threats may be more dangerous to curious dogs, one like that like i have. vets say keep the docks -- dogs on a leash. and if you see a rattlesnake, leave it alone. it wants to get away from you as much as you want to get away from it. >> i think i want to get away more. breaking news. right now, san francisco police are conducting a raid targeting a hell's angel compound. ktvu's tara moriarty will have a live update from the city's dog patch neighborhood. >> reporter: and a high speed
crash leaves a woman dead. we'll tell you why neighbors in this area believe street racing may be to blame. good morning. we're still looking at some slow traffic in many areas. east bay traffic is getting busy in oakland. we also have a spot in contra costa county that's causing slow traffic. it will be warm to hot. temperatures are warming up fast. i mean, there will be about 20 record highs. should say 67 in san francisco. i'm only one man but we'll fix it. newwith two unique ingredients. to mix in however your heart desires. go on. spoon me. mixim - from the ehrmann family. it's love, your way.
mixim - from the ehrmann family. it's love, your way. good morning. we're still following breaking news. we're in san francisco's dog patch neighborhood. right now, an sfpd gang task force is conducting a raid at a hel's ajeb -- hell's angel compound. tara moriarty is out there. she got there about 20 minutes ago. coming up in two minutes, she has new details about what this raid is all about. wednesday morning, may 14th. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. let's have another look at weather and traffic. steve, it will be a real hot one today. >> indeed, almost for everybody. there might be a little hint of relief maybe by the immediate coast but everything is pointing towards hot temperatures today.
this will be the hottest day. we'll have a bunch of records. heat advisory for one more day. there are some hints that maybe a west hind might come back -- wind might come back. there's low 70s in san francisco. almost 70 in san jose. i'm sure other locations there as well. some of these temperatures are a little old. it's getting warm really fast. there's warm air aloft, up around 1700 feet. there were low 70s for lows. by tomorrow, i think a sea breeze kicks in. but everything says sunshine and hot temperatures. maybe daly city, pacifica, might get a cooldown but not before a lot of 90s today. here's sal. >> by the way, just as a side, you mentioned the twitter is not working, apparently not working for a lot of people. i know twitter is on it. our newsroom is looking in on it. let's go back to the traffic. it's been slow on 237 from this point all the way out to
highway 101. no maimer problems when it comes to collisions. it's very slow. i want to go to a map of the south bay, just to show you how slow it is. 85 is slow from 101 all the way to saratoga. 101 from all the way back from the yerba buena exit into palo alto. it's been a rough morning there. let's go to the bay bridge toll plaza. i want to tell you that the traffic here has improved a little bit. it's about a 25-minute drive time into san francisco. we also have traffic in san francisco along northbound 101. slowing from 280 to cesar chavez. about a five-minute drive time into downtown. back to the desk. all right, sal. we'll beginning with the breaking news we first reported half an hour ago. san francisco police are raiding a building occupied by the hell's angels motorcycle group. tara moriarty is out there right now. you are looking to police officers so what's going on out there, tara? >> yeah, i just spoke to some neighbors actually and they said when they came in for
their shift, there were some bus drivers around 2:00 this morning, probably around 4:45 this morning, they heard gunshots fired from this place where we are right now. it's on the corner of tennessee and this is a known hell's angel compound. we understand that the shots were fired against before 5:00 this morning and then the neighbors said this whole street, which is actually right near the intersection of tennessee and 23rd, right off highway 280 or freeway -- interstate 280, i should say, that the place was just swarmed with s.w.a.t. teams. we know that the san francisco police department's gang task force unit is on scene. we saw them actually carrying some zip ties. so we don't know know if they will be making arrests. we don't know what they are looking for inside, if there are weapons inside, that they will be trying to confiscate. they are waiting on a search warrant before they can go in and confiscate whatever it is they are looking for.
we are hearing reports that this started off as a felony aggravated assault. we're waiting to get more information about how exactly all of this unfolded. the police presence is definitely down from what it was about two hours ago, three hours ago. but they are still here waiting on that search here at the hell's angel compound. live in san francisco, tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, tara. new this morning -- neighbors are describing a chaotic scene after a terrifying high-speed crash in richmond. one woman died on richmond parkway and it triggered a power outage in the area. alex savidge has been at the crash scene since 4:30 this morning and has more on the dangerous activity neighbors say led to this crash. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning to you. neighbors believe street racing is to blame for this deadly crash that happened last night. it was here along richmond parkway. this is where police say a young woman who was inside a car driving by herself lost control at high speeds and she
crashed, veered off the roadway and then slammed right into one of those power poles there. it's the one with the roadwork sign on it. you can see some of the bushes and other debris scattered around the area. this crash knocked out power to hundreds of people in the neighborhood. it happened just about 9:30 last night on girard, also known as richmond parkway, south of barrett avenue. now, the woman behind the wheel of that ford mustang died the at scene -- died at the scene. richmond police have not said if any other cars were involved. a witness said he saw several other cars stopped in the road after the impact and he says those other drivers then left before police arrived. people who live nearby say dangerous street races are dplon on richmond -- common on richmond parkway. >> that's all they do on this parkway from hilltop all the way down is race, race, race, all day long.
surprised no chp or richmond police have never patrolled that area because everybody know that's the area you go to to race. >> reporter: hast night's accident led -- last night's accident led to a widespread power outage in the neighborhood. it left originally more than 700 homes in the dark but power has since been restored to people who live nearby. richmond police have not said if they believe racing was involved in the crash. i've reached out to investigators seafer times and i'm --er vas several times -- investigators several times and i'm still waiting to hear back. neighbors have called for curbing to this street racing and avoiding another deadly accident like the one that happened here. alex savidge, ktvu channel ktvu channel 2 news. a small crash fire in richmond is out thanks to a fast response by if firefighters. crews -- by firefighters. crews are on high's leart because of the heat wave --
high alert because of the heat wave. several fire trucks responded. firefighters say it started at a homeless encampment in a field. less than an acre burned. right now, we're still not sure if anyone was hurt. firefighters are asking anyone -- everyone basically to use caution, especially during this heat wave. look at all of the dry brush providing fuel for flames. as sal mentioned a few months ago, kirker pass road is still closed at this hour after a crash and fire yesterday evening. traffic was backed up for miles yesterday after a car knocked down a power pole on kirker pass road near the concord/pittsburg border around 5:30 p.m. right during the evening commute. the crash sparked a small crash fire. the chp shut counsel -- shut down the busy highway while
crews worked on this. it was an overflow crowd for a memorial for eddie andreini. he was well hone in his home -- well-known in his hometown and he died at the airshow at travis air base. friends say he had just been inducted into the aviation hall of fame. they say he waited 50 years for the honor but never let his celebrity status go to his head. >> he loved to fly more than breathe. >> a report by the ntsb says eddie andreini dured what's called a ribbon-cutting maneuver. that's when the plane flies upside down and a knife attached to the tail cuts a ribbon held 20 feet off the ground. the ntsb says his plane hit the runway, slid for several hundred feet and caught fire. witnesses say it took about five minutes for crews to
arrive there. 8:08. a san jose police officer accused of rape is now facing new charges in an unrelated case. yesterday, 38-year-old geoffrey graves pleaded not guilty to charges that he injured his ex- girlfriend on two occasions in 2012 and 2013. the santa clara county d.a.'s office says it learned about the new ail fashions while they -- allegations while they were investigating the unrelated rape case. graves pleaded not guilty to the rape charge. he's free on bail. he's on paid administrative leave. there could be another showdown between governor brown and the state legislature over the idea of providing condoms to prisoners. the state senate committee approved the condom contribution proposal. supporters say it would cut down on the high rates of sexually transmitted diseases among inmates. governor brown vetoed similar legislation last fall. critics question the cost and
they say that passing out condoms to inmates sends the wrong message. more changes are being made to this sunday's bay to breakers race in san francisco. the race will start one hour later this year at 8:00 in the morning. police will shut down the southern part of alamo square near the houses known as the painted ladies. people are kerneled about trinkging -- concerned about drinking, trash and fighting. there will be more police officers patrolling the streets. >> all right. a complaint filed against san jose's casino m8trix. and the mystery over cameras topping -- popping up in palo alto is finally solved. we'll tell you what the city says they are being used for and why some can't wait to get rid of hem. >> i want to show you the
interchange of 280. it's just one of many that's very slow. coming up i will give you drive times for the east bay and for the senator valley. we're warming up nast. in fact, some -- fast. some areas, el cerrito, 70. there's some other areas in the 70s. we'll talk about the horde highs. highs-- about the record highs.
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palo alto. residents were not sure what they were. but city leaders say it was all a misunderstanding. brian flores is live in palo alto with the explanation and reaction from homeowners. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning, tori. that's the reaction that we're getting from a lot of residents that they weren't properly talked to from the city about why these mysterious cameras were popping up all over palo alto. you are taking a look at one. this one located off stanford avenue. the mystery has been solved. city leaders tell the mercury news, the cameras are used to gather pedestrian and bicycle data rider. they count how many go through parts of the city and are more accurate than the tube counters used on the street. this is part of the bicycle program which will eventually improve street conditions. it's a $25 million project. as we talked about the problem. these cameras were installed without any previous warning or explanation of resident, that didn't sit well with a
homeowner who said a camera was installed in front of his hole. even though he spoke with the city, he has a tough time believing what the city's explanation was. >> they really have to tape people walking. i think that's a bit over the top. >> it's monitoring people and their movement. that's divet. i just don't -- that's different. i just don't know what it's about. >> reporter: 25 similar cameras have been used since it was first installed in late april. but they say they don't know exactly, where they are. it hired third-party consultants to pick the locations and install the cameras. city leaders say raw video is never kept. they will only get the results untille cameras -- until the cameras are done being used. that's scheduled next frey. a lot of the cyclists and pedestrians taking on the street on stanford. 25 cameras installed. a very heat the topic here in the commune -- heated topic in the community. brian flores, ktvu channel 2
news. 8:15. the san jose city council considering tough new restrictions on pot clubs. the city council met last night to debate proposed new rules that would keep medical marijuana dispensaries away from schools and homes. it would also ban teenagers from going into pot clubs and would limit the operating hours of those clubs. medical marijuana supporters say these restrictions are basically a citywide ban. the city council will debate the issue again next week. police in antioch want you to look a look at this video here. now, look, it shows two people running around with what appears to be baseball bats. the attacks happened in southeast antioch on april 25th and they appear to be random. police say the vandals smashed in windows on cars and trucks. they damaged homes as well. at least 25 people were victimized. damage is estimated in the
thousands of dollars. 8:16. happening today, president obama is traveling to new york where he will try to pressure congress to back his plan to keep the country's roads and bridges from falling apart. the president will make his remarks at a bridge outside new york city that needs to be replaced. the highway trust fund which provides federal funding for transportation projects all over the country, including here in the bay area could run out of money by august. it's funded primarily through federal gasoline taxes. but the taxes have not kept pace with the country's transportation needs. the president is proposing to add money to the fund using revenue from corporate tax reform. 8:17. the pentagon gave approval to transfer the soldier once known as bradley manning to a civilian prison for hormone therapy treatment. manning was convicted back in august for leaking classified documents to wikileaks. after that conviction, manning said he wanted to live as a woman and be called chelsey.
now, that name change became official last mott. manning -- last month. manning has asked for hormone therapy. it's not possible in the military prison but it could be done in a civilian prison. gay couples in idaho could be getting married as soon as this friday. a federal judge overturned idaho's ban on same-sex marriage saying it's unconstitutional because it relegates gay and lesbian couples and their families to second-class status. she ordered the state to start issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples by friday morning. however, idaho's governor already says he intend to appeal the case. that could still put those weddings on hold. 8:18. it turns out the u.s. military has a plan for every kind of scenario, including a zombie apocalypse. according to the foreign policy, it's a division of the washington post company, the military has a document titled counter zombie dominance.
but it does not mean the government knows something we don't about an invasion of the undead. instead, it's a plan meant to protect citizens against an attack of any kind. the term zombies in regard to the invaders was just meant to be creative. but it does kind of get your attention. >> it does. it does. 8:19. hey, sal, highway 24, how is it doing? >> it's moderate. i think a lot of people are behind schedule dave and tori. we've had a couple of issues in contra costa county. kirker pass road is closed for the peak of the commute. they should be opening up soon. if they haven't already. highway 4 is slow h people on highway 24 are behind schedule. highway 4, 242, very slow. a lot of people are staying off kirker pass road because they have to. even when it opens, i don't think it will make a difference this late in the commute.
bay bridge has been a little better. about a 20-minute drive time into san francisco. i want to remind you there is a giants game and that means a lot of people will be coming in to see that on the bridge during the day. let's move alond and take a look at one more thing here, that would be the peninsula where highway 92, the san mateo bridge and 101 in san mateo still very slow. 8:19. let's go to steve. thank you, sir. thanks to all of the comments that twitter is working. we do have monterey, there is a lot of fog forming off the coast. there might be a hint of a preez for a few of -- breeze for a few of you on the coast. excessive heat watch is out. it will be hot. it will be hot for many. this will be the hottest day i think for the rest of the month unless something changes. the extended outlook on the cool side. 80s, 90s for low 100s. some of the records, san francisco, i think has no
problem. 92. the record is 87. 1922. oakland airport 92. that would be a record. mountain view, moffett, that would be a record. santa cruz is 97. would be a record going back to 1978. napa we're going 97. that would be a record. kentfield, 95. that would be a record. oakland downtown, 92 that would beat it by 3. gilroy at 103 would tie a record going back to 1976. san rafael, if you hit 95. that's a record. the old is 94. sfo has no problem. they will blow past 87 set in 2006. san jose is 96. 71 at the oakland airport. 71 in san francisco already. 70 at sfo. i would not be surprised if like a 95 comes in the city here unless a breeze kicks in. not widespread, but i think you know what i mean. i'm going 92. it will set a record. tomorrow it will be cooler for some. upper 60s already.
it's already 75 in monterey. it will be a record-setting day. l.a. is already 80 degrees. today it will be hot. record highs, 100 for a couple or a few. 80s, 90s to 100s. it's mainly 90s. anywhere from 90 to 100. walnut creek, 97. brentwood, 98. in eam -- 90 in male that's hot. 9 -- in male -- in alameda. that's hot. cooler weather starts on the coast and for everybody it sweeps in for the weekend. >> tuff, stev -- thank you, steve. thud they say or go a big change concerning about children with head lice should stay or go home. a first for 49er fans buying single game tickets why the price you pay would depend
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8:25. some 49er fans are accusing the team of a money grab. the 49ers are introducing variable pricing for single game tickets at the new santa clara stadium. it means that instead of setting one ticket price for all 10 preseason and regular season games, tickets for a particular seat will differ in price depending upon the popularity of the game.
some picture prices could be $20 to $90 higher. >> not the only team in the nfl that's doing it. i would say over half of the teams in the nifl will have some form of variable pricing. >> some fans say the pricing policy is not fair but the 49ers say actually 96% of the new stadium seats are held by season ticketholders and the team says variable pricing will only affect about 500 to 1,000 single game tickets each home game. 8:26. in a couple of hours from right new, state lawmakers will take a step towards banning plastic bags statewide. now, the state senate already approved the bag ban. now a state assembly committee will debate it. the plan would make stores charge at least 10 cents for recycled paper and reseussable plastic -- reusable plastic bag. dozens of cities and county already have their own ban bags
in place. casino m8trix in san jose is only a few years old but the future is already in jeopardy. the gambling license may possibly be revoked. we're live in san francisco where police raid a hells angel compound in the dog patch neighborhood. we'll tell you why they were here. we're looking at traffic that's still slow although there's been some areas that are improving. i will tell you more about those areas straight ahead. it's already 70 for some. normal highs 64 to 75. i think we'll zoom right by those maybe by 9:00. it will be a record-setting day. we'll take a look at some of them.
good morning to you. welcome back to "mornings on 2." we're following breaking news from san francisco. look at where we are right now police are raiding a building used by the hells angels motorcycle group. several streets in the area are blocked off right now. ktvu's tara moriarty is out there. she's getting new information from the police officers. tara will bring you a live report coming up in about two minutes. stay tuned. wednesday morning, may 14th. i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather and traffic and steve, you are talking about heat records today. >> there will be many set today, dave. as much as 20 are possible. this may be the hottest day for a while because the fog is -- it's right there. that's too far away, steve. i know. but by tomorrow it will be closer. there may be a late sea breeze for some my the immediate coast but not inland. 94 yesterday in napa. today 97. concord, 93, 97. and palo alto, 95 to 96.
it's hot there. heat advisory is out. 80s for a few. a lot of 90s. there will be one more day on this. i think the coast comes down temperaturewise tomorrow. 75 in antioch already. 72 in san francisco. walnut creek. 0 at oakland -- 70 at oakland airport. the fog is on its way. it will take another day. we'll see a huge cooldown. it will be the warmest day by far. high pressure starts to move east. that will allow the sea breeze to kick in. it's hard pressed to do anything. record-breaking temperatures. a very hot wednesday. record highs a couple of 100s, gilroy in there. east san jose mentioned. there might be a couple of hours. a lot of 90s today. a lot of record highs. here's sal. we just found out from chp just got off the phone with the chp officer at the traffic management center. kirker pass road remains closed as they try to repair a power
pole that was damaged in a fire yesterday. kirker pass road. one of the main roads in contra costa county. people are using highway 4 instead. you can imagine how that's going. not very well. let's take a look at the rest of the east pay. we have a little bit of an improvement today at the bay bridge. i think people who drive into san francisco will be happy about that from oakland to the city. about a 15-minute drive time. remember, today there is a giants' gail at at&t park -- game at at&t park against the braves. daytime baseball all means a -- always means a lot of traffic in the south of market at&t area. looking at the commute on 880 northbound and southbound here, traffic northbound is beginning to slow down in oakland as you approach downtown. want to mention the peninsula, 101 traffic is stl a little bit -- still a little bit slow as you drive town to highway 92. 280 is a better bet. 8:32. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. new information about the breaking news we've been following in san francisco for the past hour. right now, san francisco police
have wrapped up their operation at a hangout of the hells ainge jeles motorcycle group -- angels motorcycle group. tara moriarty, you are out there right now to tell us what prompted the early-morning raid. >> reporter: officers took off. they did seize a couple of bags of evidence. i spoke to one of the undercover officers. he said they were able to get stuff. this is a look here at the heles angels compound where around 5:00 this morning, officers swooped in. they were basically doing a raid and they said this was a sort of followup investigation to a felony assault case that happened previous to this. we spoke it a neighbor and she said this is the third time in five years that police have come in and done a raid. so we don't know exactly what they found inside of the compound but we're told that they were looking for something and it was the gang task force unit that was part of this
investigation. so the people that we saw here, we weren't able to actually shoot them because their faces cannot be seen because they are under dov cover -- under cover. this is on 23rd and tennessee. there have been some members trickling into the compound right now. none of them have said much. that's about all we know from here. all of the streets are cleared now. the neighbors are beginning to come out and ask, you know, what happened. we are live in san francisco, i'm tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >> all right. thank you. state authorities say millions of dollars in profits may have been hidden by a san jose casino. now the state attorney general has filed a normal complaint -- formal complaint. janine de la vega is at casino m8trix right now. you just got a response from the casino. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. yes. i've also spent the last half- hour looking over the 38-page complaint. it has some serious accusations
in it. casino m8trix's gaming license is set to expire at the end of the month. now that the allegations have surfaced, the license may be provide. the state attorney general's office says the casino operators have been lying about profits to avoid paying state and federal taxes. the casino had agreed to pay 5% of the profits to a charity that helps gambling addicts but that organization has not received proceeds. the complaint says the casino owners providing misleading information to authorities and are keeping millions of dollars for themselves. >> as casino m8trix appears to be demonstrating, there's tens of thousands of dollars monning to outside entities. it's not clear where the money is going. it's certainly not going to the federal and state authorities that are taxing it and it's not going to the nonprofit organizations that are supposed to be getting a percentage.
>> reporter: the san jose city councilman liccardo says they appear to be engaging in a shell game, where profits are funneled to outside entities. investigators suspect the money is going to outside businesses. we just received a brief statement from casino m8trix's spokesman which says casino m8trix believes the charges are unfounded and that the legal process will show that to be the case. so the fate of the casino will be decided by the gaming commission. in the meantime, councilman liccardo who is running for mayor of san jose says he's going to file a memo with the rules committee to ask them to suspend the gaming license of casino matrix -- casino m8trix. reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. paramedics and hospitals are preparing for more heat- related calls today which is expected to be the hottest day so far this year.
santa clara paramedics say they are responding to a steady stream of calls from people suffering from the heat. they say everyone needs to take the necessary precautions to stay cool. >> we do get busy. it's not only people in their homes, getting hot. it's people out working on construction sites, people even in commute traffic with the windows down, they just become hot. >> paramedics say it's important to stay hydrated and out of the sun as much as possible. they say you should call for help if you start to feel weak, dizzy or nauseated. about 200 people in livermore are still without power after a massive outlook that affected thousands of customers. pg&e says the outage was caused by equipment failure but the utility is assuring customers the power grid should hoed up during the hot -- hold up during the shot spell. pg&e is asking some business customers to cut usage during the peak hours of 2:00 to 6:00
p.m. pg&e says residential customers can cut bills by setting the thermostat on their air conditioners, 5 to 10 degrees higher. you can get weather information at ktvu.com. look for the web links section under hot topics. a santa rosa man was killed when he was hit by a truck that police say was driven by a man who was drunk. it happened about 4:00 yesterday afternoon on occidental road near stoney point road. police say the victim, a man in his 70s was hit by the truck as he was about to get into his parked car. police say the 47-year-old driver failed a sobriety test at the scene and was arrested. 8:38. people in one oakland neighborhood, furious about dangerous sideshows disrupting their community and they want the city to stop this. people in east oakland say sideshows are causing sleepless
nights. one woman says cars perform doughnuts right in front of her house, installing speed bumps she says has not stopped them. in january, one car out of control crashed into her fence. >> where they are doing basically doughnuts on our street corner and i understand that they happen all throughout oakland. but in our neighborhood, it's residential. we have children, we have elderly. >> the neighbors are dend maaing the city build a round- about to make their areas less attractive at the sideshows. uc berkeley police want to hear from anyone who may have witnessed a sexual assault that happened earlier this week near people's park. police say a 25-year-old woman said she was walking on dwight way after 9:30 on monday night when she was attacked. she said the man yelled at her and then ran over to her and grabbed her in the groin area. the victim describes her attacker as a white male with blue eyes and gray air standing
5'10" with a slim build wearing a black t-shirt, jeans, a denim jacket and a green cap. police say the detained register sex offender in the area matched this description but they did not have enough evidence to arrest him you so they released him -- arrest him so they released him. a landmark in san francisco reopens to the public at 11:00. but earlier right here on the morning news we had an exclusive look. inside the newly renovated coit tower, it looks beautiful. the primary focus of the remodeling project, they were repairing the chips and scratches to the 80-year-old fresco murals. the tower was completed in 1933 but old age caught up to it. the six-month restoration project cost about $2 million. a new concessions operator will also be needed, bring money back into the maintenance as well dealing with the future upgrades. we had an -- >> those are nice-looking --
>> tara walked through there and we were on live. welcome back, coit tower. texting 911, a potentially life-saving tool will roll out in two days. find out why people in the area will not be able to use it. and a deadly crash on the streets of richmond. what witnesses are telling ktvu's alex savidge. we're still looking at traffic issues in contra costa county. you can see traffic on 80 is gonna be slow. we'll give you some drive times here and we have good news reporting the closure on kirker pass road. temperatures tried to cool off a little bit this morning. it didn't take long to start warming up. there's a already a lot of 70s. at 9:00, mid-70s for some. we'll take a look at them -- coming up.
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le:44 -- 8:44. breaking news from richmond. a student was shot in a drive- by shooting at kennedy high school in richmond. ktvu is getting a lot of calls from viewers that several police officers andal blanses are -- and ambulances are at the school. the campus is lockeddown. viewers are telling us --
locked down. viewers are telling us that the roads are shut down. the student is in the office. we'll have more details as we get it in. richmond also, police are investigating a deadly crash that caused a power outage. it happened at 9:30 on the richmond parkway near west mcdonald avenue. some neighbors say it ad a number of cars were racing when -- it appeared a number of cars were racing when the vehicle slammed into a power pole. one witness who did not want to show her face said another driver stopped at the crash scene. >> the person that came out of the camaro screamed out, i killed her! i killed her! >> deadly crash caused a power outage that at one point affected hundreds of homes and businesses. power has been restored to all but a handful of customers.
a new policy on an old problem. lice. pam cook is in the studio with the controversial plan by a local school district. good morning, pam. >> the mt. diablo unified school district will consider keying kids in school even if they have lice. now, right now, most schools' policies are to send a child home from school with information about recommended treatment procedures because the bugs can spread to other children. the mt. diablo school board says since head lice does not pose a health risk, it's not responsible for the spread of any disease, kids should stay in school. health professionals also say isolating kids could lead to bullying and have a negative impact on their academic performance. we might be able to blame social media. medical contracts say -- experts say social media plays a big role in lice. when you take selfies, group
selfies, your heads are close together. you can also get lice by sharing combs, brushes, hats, helmets and headbands. lies and the debate over keeping kids in school or sending them home will be discussed at the school district meeting tonight at 7:30. toried a dave -- tori and dave? >> thank you. let's go right back to sal. richmond, streets closed, a shooting. >> cutting boulevard is one of the main streets that cuts right through richmond and returns in front of the school. i want to show you that cutting boulevard is shut down basically around the school here so you can't use it. a big police presence in front of kennedy high school. so what you want want to do is use other roads. this is not affecting the freeway, although the freeway is slow anyway. but stay off cutting boulevard in front of the high school. there is a lot of police activity. our reporter is arriving on the scene. we'll find out more about what
happened but this is a good area to stay away from because of this shooting outside of kennedy high school. let's look at the bay bridge. you can see the traffic here is not all that bad. it's about a 20-minute drive time into san francisco. i just tweeted it but kirker pass road has reopened between pittsburg and concord and walnut creek. it has reopened even though a lot of people are still using alternates. it will take a while for the traffic to unwide. let's go to 280 in san jose. it's been very slow on the santa clara valley freeways. back to steve. well, a lot of sunshine, warm to hot temperatures. record highs today. san francisco, oakland, san jose, and probably about 20, 25 of them, but look at this. boom. that's the fog. it will be here tomorrow. guaranteed. i guarantee it. might be a little puff of a west wind towards daly city. not before it gets really warm to hot here. this will be the hottest day for a while.
the extended outlook is on the cool side. today most of the bay area in on record highs. 70s. nope. 80s. yep. a couple of. 90s, a lot. at and a few -- and a few00s. these records will have no problem falling which is why i said slam dunk. i would not be surprised by a 94, 95. oakland airport, 92. mountain view, 94. santa cruz, 97 hot degrees breaks the old mark at 92. san rafael in line for a record high by one. livermore would tie. sfo will blow past. i mean, it's already 72, i think at sfo. 92 is no problem. san jose is 96, beat the old mark. 76 in antioch. 74 in san francisco. 70s for many already. it's really warm really fast here. there might be a late breeze. i doubt it. high pressure just says i don't think so. you shall not pass with the fog. upper 60s for some.
75 in monterey. they will be in the 90s. if you are heading down to monterey, today if you want the warm temperatures, that's it. by tomorrow, i think the fog drops the temperatures by 15 degrees. today it is all sunshine and warm to hot conditions. we don't have much of a breeze. if we did, we have had a north- northeast breeze. heat advisory and record- breaking temperatures today. it's a hot forecast. that's all you need right there. record highs near 100 for a few, for a couple. gilroy being one. 90s for many. if not, 90s you will be in the 80s. temperatures, if you have a car thermometer and you are traveling around, i don't think it will change. maybe a dip here and there. 100 in milpitas. one 79 in gilroy. tomorrow we start a cooling trend by the coast. a big cooling trend takes us into the weekend. >> thank you, steve. ten minutes before 9 :00. it's not something that you
thoroughfare is blocked by police right now the student who was -- right now. the student who was shot is in the principal's office. his condition is not known at this time. we have newschopper2 and a reporter at the scene and we'll continue to bring you live updates on the air as well as online. people traveling through san francisco's airport, you are being warned about the mers virus. a mysterious and possibly deadly illness of the federal health officials are posting signs at sfo and 21 other mage ire airports around the country. the signs advise people about the symptoms and how to protect yourself against mers also called the middle-east respiratory syndrome. now, this comes after a second confirmed case of mers in the u.s. in the meantime, two healthcare workers in florida who were exposed to a patient with mers they are also showing signs of the illness. >> airports are a main place where people can get infections. so it's important for travelers
to know. >> now, while the mers virus is spread from person to perp, it's believed this own -- person, it's believed this only happens with close contact. force's -- there's no vaccine for mers either. as for the two healthcare workers i hold you about in florida, they are showing flu- like symptoms and are held in isolation. as many as 20 healthcare workers in contact with that same patient they are being closely watched. despite the rising concern just hours ago this morning, the world health organization announced it will not declare mers a global health emergency. they say there's just not enough solid evidence yet to make that declaration. starting on friday, cell phone companies nationwide will start offering customers the ability to text 911. the police like the idea. they say texting sometimes works in remote areas where voice calls may not. it can also help when crime
victims feel too scared to talk. while the texting service will be available in other parts of the nation on friday, california is still not ready. >> eventually, we'll be able to receive text via 911 and video 911 but at this point there is a lot of moving parts when it comes to making this a reality. >> tu to technology -- due to technology, money and regulation issues, it may take a year before 911 texting comes here to california. parts of the bay area are seeing a surge in snakes with the rise in the heat. there are more rattlesnakes than usual and pet owners in particular are being told to be aware of poisonous rattlers. ktvu cameras went to balemont where the heat is enticing snakes out in the open in the morning and the evening. >> we get about three to four rattlesnakes a year in our backyard in our pool. one time in our garage. they are not the most benign
rattlesnake. if you get bit we one, it's a serious -- by one, it's a serious medical issue. >> the biggest threat is curious dogs. vets say keep them on a leash. and if you see a rattlesnake, leave it alone since it wants to get away as muferp -- much as you do. let's quickly go back to sal. we told you there was a shooting outside of kennedy high school in richmond. what's the latest? >> well, cutting boulevard is closed. cutting is an area that -- or a street, i should say, 245 is used a lot -- that is used a lot. i want to show you in richmond. ginn, cutting boulevard shut down -- again, cutting boulevard shut down. our reporter is on the scene. you should avoid this area. interstate 80 and 580 are not affected by this but this area here in front of the school is not drivable right now. avoid the area. let's go to steve. all right, thank you, sal.
already some mid-70s. san rafael is already 75, 76 degrees. many record highs today. probably 20, 25. a little -- the fog is out there. it will be here for the coast, for everybody by friday. we'll drop 30 degrees. >> but today -- >> hottest day for a while. >> wow. all right, steve. thank you. >> you bet. that's our report for this morning. thank you for making cute your choice for snus -- for -- for making ktvu your choice for news. i understand that we're gonna stay on the air a little bit to cover this shooting. one student was shot. we don't know the student's condition at this point. but the school is on lockdown and cutting boulevard, which is a busy thoroughfare in front of the school is blocked by police. you can see the arrow right there showing cutting boulevard. no traffic right now. a huge police presence at this point. tara moriarty is there and newschopper2, it looks like is flying on its way to the scene. >> on ure phone right now is --
on our phone right now is charles ramsey. can you hear me? >> yes, i did. >> what can you tell us? >> i'm headed back there now. i'm just getting reports there was a shooting and i'm headed to talk to the principal and meet with our superintendent to get a debriefing. and to make sure that our students are safe. it's unfortunate that this happened and i am just disturbed and troubled that, once again, violence is showing its ugly head in the city of richmond. >> what have you heard about what happened out there? >> what details have you heard? >> just that somebody just came by and just started shooting but i don't have enough particulars yet because i just got on the phone with you as were calling. i wanted to let you know and the viewers know that you definitely have the opportunity speak with me throughout the day as developments go and that
we're gonna make sure that the media has full access to learn about what happened. obviously, we don't want to interfere with the police investigation as they try to determine what happened but at the -- at the school site, but it's very disturbing. we want to make sure that we get to the bottom of it. >> i'm sorry, mr. ramsey, are you connected with the school? >> i'm the school board president.